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  1. Tahmidul

    Tahmidul iPF Novice

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    I have a android phone and of course a iPad. Now I can call from my android phone easily via my 2g sim. But as my iPad is wifi only, I can't make or receive calls from it.
    Now, the thing I want to know is that, can I somehow pair my iPad with my android via Bluetooth, and then use my android to call from my iPad...without using data connection...? Please help me...and let me know if you have problem understanding....

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  2. J. A.

    J. A. iPad Legend

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    Hi! Phone calls are only possible between iDevices such as iPad, iPhone. As far as I know, you can't connect your smartphone to iPad via Bluetooth. I've tried myself, it did not work.

    But as you're here in iPF, perhaps someone else can help you.
     
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    Tahmidul iPF Novice

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    Yup...I got a solution...ibtphone app in the Cydia store is the thing I wanted...now waiting for it to become compatible with iOS 6...

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